Public Notices June 19, 2019 Bulletin Area

Public Notices, Foreclosure Notices & Legal Notices published June 19, 2019 in the New Brighton - Mounds View, Shoreview - Arden Hills and St. Anthony Bulletin Area newspapers

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STATE OF MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF RAMSEY

DISTRICT COURT

PROBATE DIVISION

SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Court File No. 62-PR-19-425

NOTICE OF INFORMAL

PROBATE OF WILL

AND APPOINTMENT

OF PERSONAL

REPRESENTATIVE AND

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Estate of

Charles L. Leitschuh,

Decedent

Notice is given that an application for

informal probate of the Decedent’s

will dated November 15, 2004, has

been filed with the Registrar. The

application has been granted.

Notice is also given that the

Registrar has informally appointed

Patrick Leitschuh, whose address is:

325 Maple Island Rd., Burnsville, MN

55306, as personal representative of

the Estate of the Decedent. Any heir,

devisee or other interested person

may be entitled to appointment as

personal representative or may

object to the appointment of the

personal representative. Unless

objections are filed with the Court

(pursuant to Minn. Stat. 524.3-607)

and the Court otherwise orders,

the personal representative has

full power to administer the Estate

including, after 30 days from the date

of issuance of letters, the power to

sell, encumber, lease or distribute

real estate.

Any objections to the probate of the

will or appointment of the Personal

Representative must be filed with

this Court and will be heard by the

Court after the filing of an appropriate

petition and proper notice of hearing.

Notice is also given that (subject to

Minn. Stat. 524.3-801) all creditors

having claims against the Estate

are required to present the claims

to the personal representative or to

the Court Administrator within four

months after the date of this Notice

or the claims will be barred.

Dated: 5/30/2019

Joel Olson,

Registrar

Michael Upton,

Court Administrator

(Roseville Review: June 11, 18,

2019)

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CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

1. List the exact assumed name

under which the business is or will

be conducted: St. Francis Animal

Hospital

2. Principal Place of Business: 1227

Larpenteur Ave W, Roseville, MN

55113, USA

3. List the name and complete street

address of all persons conducting

business under the above Assumed

Name: St. Francis Animal and Bird

Hospital, Inc.; 1227 Larpenteur Ave

W, Roseville, MN 55113, USA

4. I, the undersigned, certify that I

am signing this document as the

person whose signature is required,

or as agent of the person(s) whose

signature would be required who has

authorized me to sign this document

on his/her behalf, or in both

capacities. I further certify that I have

completed all required fields, and

that the information in this document

is true and correct and in compliance

with the applicable chapter of

Minnesota Statutes. I understand

that by signing this document I am

subject to the penalties of perjury as

set forth in Section 609.48 as if I had

signed this document under oath.

Date: 6/4/2019

/s/ Getey Ritchott

(Roseville Review: June 11, 18,

2019)

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CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

1. List the exact assumed name

under which the business is or will

be conducted: Munk Executive

Consulting

2. Principal Place of Business: 4045

Grand Avenue South, Minneapolis

MN 55409, USA

3. List the name and complete street

address of all persons conducting

business under the above Assumed

Name: Norman E Munk; 4045 Grand

Avenue South, Minneapolis MN

55409, USA

4. I, the undersigned, certify that I

am signing this document as the

person whose signature is required,

or as agent of the person(s) whose

signature would be required who has

authorized me to sign this document

on his/her behalf, or in both

capacities. I further certify that I have

completed all required fields, and

that the information in this document

is true and correct and in compliance

with the applicable chapter of

Minnesota Statutes. I understand

that by signing this document I am

subject to the penalties of perjury as

set forth in Section 609.48 as if I had

signed this document under oath.

Date: 5/22/19

/s/ Norm Munk

(Bulletin: June 19, 26, 2019)

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AMENDMENT TO

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

MINNESOTA STATUTES

CHAPTER 333:

1. List the exact assumed name

under which the business is or will be

conducted: Computer Revolution

2. Principal Place of Business:

2395 Fairview Ave N, Roseville, MN

55113, USA

3. List the name and complete street

address of all persons conducting

business under the above Assumed

Name: Rhema Systems, Inc.; 767

103rd Ave NE, Blaine, MN 55434,

USA

4. This certificate is an amendment

of Certificate of Assumed Name File

Number: 190314

Originally filed on: 04/15/1997

5. I, the undersigned, certify that I

am signing this document as the

person whose signature is required,

or as agent of the person(s) whose

signature would be required who has

authorized me to sign this document

on his/her behalf, or in both

capacities. I further certify that I have

completed all required fields, and

that the information in this document

is true and correct and in compliance

with the applicable chapter of

Minnesota Statutes. I understand

that by signing this document I am

subject to the penalties of perjury as

set forth in Section 609.48 as if I had

signed this document under oath.

Date: 05/09/2019

/s/ Felix Anohene,

President, Rhema Systems

(Roseville Review: June 18, 25,

2019)

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NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the

property will be sold on July 17,

2019. The property will be offered

online at www.StorageTreasures.

com and more information about

the sale can be found at that

website. The undersigned Acorn

Mini Storage will sell at Public Sale

by competitive bidding the personal

property heretofore stored with the

undersigned by:

Unit # 1800

Penny Coria/Joe Mesa

computer equip., boxes of unknown

content

Unit # 3313

Lilli Waknitz

guitar cases, television, computer

equip., luggage, boxes of unknown

content

(Roseville Review: June 18, 25,

2019)

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Little Canada

CITY OF LITTLE CANADA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING FOR VARIANCES

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a

hearing will be held before the City

Council of Little Canada at the City

Center located at 515 Little Canada

Road in said City on July 24, 2019 at

7:30 p.m. to hear all persons present

upon the proposed planning request

as described below.

NOTE: This request was

originally scheduled for June 24,

2019.

A request for approval of Variances

to allow signage in excess of that

allowed by code and a reduced

parking lot setback due to the

realignment of I-694 & Rice Street

and Country Drive. The property in

question is Caribou Coffee at 3354

Rice Street and zoned B-3, General

Business District.

Heidi Heller, City Clerk

(Roseville Review: June 18, 2019)

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New Brighton

CITY OF NEW BRIGHTON

803 OLD HIGHWAY 8 NW

NEW BRIGHTON, MN 55112

BID ADVERTISEMENT

CITY OF NEW BRIGHTON

NEW BRIGHTON

ELEMENTARY BUILDING

ABATEMENT AND

DEMOLITION PROJECT

The City of New Brighton requests

proposals from qualified, licensed

contractors for the abatement,

removal and disposal of hazardous

materials and demolition of all

buildings/structures/hard surfaces,

off-site disposal/recycling of

demolition materials and all

incidental and miscellaneous work

at:

589 Old Highway 8 NW

629 Old Highway 8 NW

701 8th Avenue NW

Sealed proposals in accordance

with the plans and specifications will

be received at the office of the City

Engineer in the City of New Brighton

until 10:00 a.m. on July 3, 2019, then

publicly opened and read loud. A

Mandatory Pre-bid Meeting will be

held at 11:00 a.m. on June 25, 2019

at 701 8th Avenue NW New Brighton

MN.

Digital copies of the Bidding

Documents are available at http://

www.QuestCDN.com for a fee of

$30.00. The documents may be

downloaded by selecting this project

from the “Browse Projects” page or

by entering eBid-Doc#6401456 on

the “Search Projects” page. For

assistance and free membership

registration, contact QuestCDN at

952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.

com.

Copies of the plans and

specifications may be examined and

obtained at the Office of the City

Engineer, 803 – Old Highway 8 NW,

New Brighton, Minnesota, 55112, for

a non-refundable cost of $50 per set

and an additional $10 charge per set

if mailed.

All proposals shall be made on

forms similar to those attached to

and made a part of the proposed

contract documents, and shall be

addressed to:

Craig Schlichting, P.E. City Engineer

City of New Brighton

803 – Old Highway 8 NW

New Brighton, Minnesota 55112

And endorsed with:

(Name of Bidder)

New Brighton Elementary

Building Abatement and Demolition

Project

Each proposal shall be accompanied

by a non-collusion affidavit; a

responsible contract certificate; an

Equal Employment Opportunity

Certification; and a certified check or

bid bond made payable to the City

of New Brighton in the amount of

5% of the bid as a guaranteed that

such bidder will enter into a contract

with said City, in accordance with the

terms of such letting and bid in case

such bidder be awarded a contract.

No bids may be withdrawn for a

period of thirty (30) days from the

date of opening of bids. The right

is reserved to accept any bid, or to

reject any or all bids.

(Bulletin: June 19, 2019)

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Saint Anthony

PUBLIC NOTICE OF EAW

WORKSHEET

FOR WALMART SITE

REDEVELOPMENT

CITY OF ST. ANTHONY

VILLAGE

RAMSEY COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

Doran SLV, LLC is proposing a

phased multifamily redevelopment

of the vacant Walmart site located

at 3800 Silver Lake Road (project/

site). The site is located in the Silver

Lake Village shopping center area.

The project proposes two fourstory

apartment buildings totaling

498 apartment units, over two

phases. The project also includes

an amenities building, aboveground

parking and drop-off, a central

courtyard with landscaping, and

underground parking.

The Environmental Assessment

Worksheet (EAW) is available

online at the City website at https://

www.savmn.com/429/Walmart-

Redevelopment under the “City

Documents” tab.

Comments can be submitted

electronically to Mark Casey, City

Manager at mark.casey@savmn.

com. Written comments via hardcopy

can be mailed to City of St. Anthony

Village at 3301 Silver Lake Road, St.

Anthony, MN 55418.

All comments should be received by

4 PM July 3, 2019.

DATED: June 5, 201

BY ORDER OF

THE CITY COUNCIL

s/s Nicole Miller

City Clerk

St. Anthony Village, MN

(Bulletin: June 12, 19, 2019)

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Minutes

District 621

REGULAR MEETING

Pursuant to due call and notice

thereof, a regular meeting of the

School Board of Independent School

District No. 621, State of Minnesota,

was called to order by Jonathan

Weinhagen, Chair, at 7:00 p.m., May

14, 2019. Meeting was duly held

at the District Center, 4570 Victoria

Street N, Shoreview, MN 55126.

Present: Bock, Glasheen,

Helgeson, Jones, Sager, Weinhagen,

Westerman

Superintendent Chris Lennox

Mounds View student representative

Absent: Irondale student

representative

Motion by Westerman, seconded

by Jones, to adopt the agenda as

printed. Voting aye: all; nay: none.

Motion carried.

The Board recognized athletes

from Mounds View & Irondale High

Schools spring sports who qualified

for post-season competition.

The student representative reported

on various student council events

and activities at her school.

The following individual registered

to speak at Open Forum:

Lillian Grommes, Arden Hills:

Composting project

Announcements were made

concerning gifts and meeting dates.

Superintendent’s report:

* Out of Darkness event

* Graduations

Motion by Sager, seconded by

Jones, to take action on the consent

agenda as follows:

Approve minutes:

Approve the minutes of April 23,

2019 as printed.

Approve personnel changes as

follows

new hire: effective

Armitage, Elizabeth TL

8-14-19

Bearden, Meredith PW

8-14-19

Belisle, Julie DC

5-28-19

Bennett, Kathryn CH

7-1-19

Billberg, Aaron TL

8-14-19

Brown, Susan HV

5-6-19

Elmstrand-Castruita, Cindy HV

8-14-19

Henkel, Brianne DC

4-22-19

Holbrook, Barbara PW

8-14-19

Hollenback, Joseph DC/TL

5-7-19

Hoppe, Jordan DC

6-3-19

Knowles, Rachel HV

8-14-19

Krueger, Kirsten PL

8-14-19

Mallinger, Melinda HV

8-14-19

Meuwissen, Mari IL

8-14-19

Mullaly, Rebecca ECEC

7-15-19

Nathan, Keshini TL

8-14-19

Pugh, Brianna PLEC-K

8-14-19

Sabby, Riley IL

8-14-19

Saucier, Katie PLEC-K

8-14-19

Shearon, Suzanne SLEC-K

8-14-19

Spanier, Kimberly IL

8-14-19

Tamble, Kelsey PLEC-K

8-14-19

Thompson, Jorja IL

8-14-19

Vanyo, Kristina CH

8-14-19

Wegner, Liya MV/ID

8-14-19

Wilt, Cassie IL

8-14-19

rehire:

Babirad, Natalie TL

8-14-19

Eng-Anderson, Cindy SS

4-29-19

Henkel, Vicky MV

4-29-19

Mohamed, Basimo HV

5-6-19

Murray-Kruse, Marian TL

4-22-19

Schwartz, Kristine IL

8-14-19

retirement:

Aiken, Connie HV/VH

8-2-19

McDaniel, Lauri EW

6-7-19

Walberg, Barbara VH

6-5-19

request for leave:

Jensen, Matthew EW

5-8-19 thru 6-5-19 (approx.)

Johnson, Sean ID

4-24-19 thru 5-7-19

Jordan, Rachel SS

4-25-19 thru 6-7-19 (approx.)

Malette, Carrie SLEC-K

2019-20 school year

Mayer, Molly ECEC

2019-20 school year

O’Bryan, Kaitlyn MV

2019-20 school year

Porish, Amy SLEC

3-25-19 thru unknown (intermittent)

Ward, John DC

4-22-19 thru 5-3-19

return from leave:

Branham, Chelsey ID

5-1-19

Brocker, Courtney PW

5-6-19

Eck, Tarah EW

4-19-19

Fischer, Wendy SS

4-25-19

Johnson, Sean ID

5-8-19

Larson, Erica BA

4-30-19

Lynch, Ariana PW

5-1-19

Mattocks, Noelle PLEC-K

4-30-19

Tram, Phan PLEC-K

5-1-19

Ward, John DC

5-6-19

Zustiak, Leah TL

4-22-19

resignation:

Golden, Jeff MV

5-3-19

Sturm, Johanna CH

6-7-19

transfer:

Hollihan, Molly CH

7-1-19

Johnson, Brooke PW

4-18-19

Lee, Molly CH

814-19

Approve expenditures as follows:

General Fund $2,898,082.20

Nutrition Services 354,850.55

Community Service 101,286.30

Capital Outlay 286,874.28

Building Construction 1,893,837.63

Debt Service 500.00

Trust 4,500.00

Internal Service 239,518.22

Total $5,779,449.18

Bank Wire Transfers:

$42,788.657.08

Accept the following gifts and

extend thanks to the donors:

Diane & Tom Hinds for yearbooks

for students in need at Highview

($252)

Mounds View Lions for the SAIL/

LEO Clubs at Edgewood ($500)

3M Foundation for general use at

Island Lake ($1,000)

Betty & Lewis Cope Charitable Gift

Fund for outstanding lunch balances

and Design Specialist Program at

Valentine Hills ($1,000)

Rosellen McAlear, John McAlear

and Margaret Mary Mosher for CLT

Twin Lakes ($600)

Toshiba laptop computer from The

Pehl Family for use at Highview

The following donations are for the

Ralph Reeder Food Shelf from:

Abiding Savior Lutheran Church

($700)

Elizabeth & Jeremy Baldwin

($500)

Bank Cherokee ($742.64)

Bethlehem Baptist Church

($2,340)

Ruth & James Bowyer ($1,549)

Doug Brandner ($500)

Centennial United Methodist

Church ($1,298)

Chippewa Middle School

($1,197.67)

Rob & Nunciata Covey ($1,000)

Culvers St. Anthony ($920)

Dalco Enterprises ($5,536)

Faith Christian Reformed Church

($1,961)

John & Rosemary Hunt ($900)

Incarnation Lutheran Church

($16,092.48)

Island Lake PTA ($500)

Land O’Lakes ($500)

Lisa & Greg Mattson ($500)

Robert McEvoy ($500)

New Brighton/Mounds View

Rotary ($500)

Peace United Methodist Church

($754)

Pilgrim House ($555)

Silver Lake Village Condos

($510)

St. John the Baptist Catholic

Church ($2,230)

St. Odilia Catholic Church

($8,000)

Craig & Sharon Strane ($500)

Sunrise United Methodist Church

($606)

Lutheran Church of the

Resurrection ($1,250)

Turtle Lake Elementary ($922)

Valentine Hills Elementary

($547)

Valentine Hills PTO ($1,500)

Laurie Vinyon ($500)

Donation of Sick Leave:

Approve the requests to donate sick

leave to the indicated employees

to a maximum of 20 days for a

10-month employee and 24 days for

a 12-month employee.

Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion

carried.

Amy Jo Johnson, Director of Human

Resources, presented the resolution

terminating probationary certified

staff. Discussion followed. Motion by

Westerman, seconded by Helgeson,

to adopt the following resolution:

RESOLUTION RELATING

TO THE TERMINATION AND

NONRENEWAL OF THE

TEACHING CONTRACTS OF

PROBATIONARY CERTIFIED

STAFF

WHEREAS the teachers listed

in Attachment A are probationary

certified staff in Independent School

District No. 621 and

WHEREAS Article IX, Section 9.2

of the Master Agreement between

the MVEA and Independent School

District No. 621 does not provide

unrequested leave protection for

probationary certified staff,

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED

by the School Board of Independent

School District No. 621 that the

teaching contracts of the certified

staff listed in Attachment A be

terminated at the close of the current

2018-2019 school year and not be

renewed and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that

written notice be sent to said staff

members regarding termination and

non-renewal of his/her contract as

provided by law, and that said notice

shall be in substantially the following

form:

May 15, 2019

NOTICE OF TERMINATION

AND NON-RENEWAL

You are hereby notified that at

a meeting of the School Board of

Independent School District No. 621

held May 14, 2019, a resolution was

adopted by a majority roll call vote

to terminate your contract effective

at the end of the current school year

and not to renew your contract for

the 2019-2020 school year. Said

action of the School Board is taken

pursuant to M.S. 122A.40 and in

accordance with Section 9.2 of the

Master Contract.

You may officially request that the

School Board give its reasons for

the nonrenewal of your teaching

contract. Such request is to be

made in writing to the Assistant

Superintendent - Human Resources

and Operations.

Yours very truly,

SCHOOL BOARD OF

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT 621

______________________

Clerk of the School Board

Attachment A

Feldman, Rachel

Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion

carried.

Amy Johnson presented the

resolution placing certified staff

on unrequested leave of absence.

Motion by Helgeson, seconded

by Jones, to adopt the following

resolution:

RESOLUTION PLACING

TEACHERS ON UNREQUESTED

LEAVE OF ABSENCE

WHEREAS, teachers were

proposed for placement on

unrequested leave of absence at

a regular School Board meeting on

April 9, 2019, and

WHEREAS, all teachers proposed

for placement were notified of their

right to request a hearing within

fourteen (14) days of the proposed

placement, and

WHEREAS, none of the individuals

on the attached list requested

hearings or rescinded their hearing

requests, and

WHEREAS, the failure to request a

hearing is deemed acquiescence to

the proposed School Board action,

NOW THEREFORE BE IT

RESOLVED that all teachers on

the attached list be placed on

unrequested leave of absence

without pay at the end of the

regular school year in August

2019 due to decrease/changes in

enrollment, uncertainty of funding,

discontinuance of positions, financial

limitations, voluntary unrequested

leave status and the return from

leave of senior teachers,

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED

by the School Board of Independent

School District 621 that written notice

of the placement of said teachers

upon unrequested leave be given

to said teachers in substantially

the following form and provide

said teachers with a copy of this

resolution:

May 15, 2019

NOTICE OF PLACEMENT ON

UNREQUESTED LEAVE OF

ABSENCE

You are hereby notified that at

a meeting of the School Board of

Independent School District No. 621

held on May 14, 2019, a resolution

was adopted by majority vote of

the School Board placing you on

unrequested leave of absence as

a teacher in Independent School

District No. 621 effective June 7,

2019 and without fringe benefits after

the end of the regular school year

in August 2019, pursuant to Article

IX of the 2017-2019 MVEA Master

Contract due to decreases/changes

in enrollment, uncertainty of funding,

discontinuance of positions, financial

limitations, voluntary unrequested

leave status, and the return from

leave of senior teachers.

A copy of the resolution duly

adopted by the School District is

attached hereto for your information.

If a position becomes available in

a field in which you are licensed, at

any time up to five years after your

leave is effective, you may have a

right to reinstatement to that position

if you have sufficient seniority

and proper licensure on file in the

District. Your right to reinstatement

shall not be in effect for a given year

if you fail to file with the Director of

Human Resources by April of that

year a written statement requesting

reinstatement.

Please keep the School District

Human Resources Office advised in

writing of your address at all times

until your rights have expired, so

that the District may notify you of any

available positions for which you may

qualify.

Yours very truly,

SCHOOL BOARD OF

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT NO. 621

By ___________________

Clerk of the School Board

Attachment A

Lafeber, Jodie Ann

Lohr, Ryan

Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion

carried.

Superintendent Lennox provided an

update on the District Operational

Plan goal focused on mental health

supports. He focused on addressing

the recommendations from the

TeamWorks report as well as the

tactical next steps of District schools.

Discussion followed.

Superintendent Lennox presented

a draft of the 2019-2020 District

Operational Plan (DOP), the annual

administrative work plan of the

District. Discussion followed.

Board member Jones provided an

AMSD/Legislative update and Board

member Sager provided a Northeast

Metro 916 update.

As liaisons to schools and on

committees, Board members

reported on events in which they had

participated

Meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m.

Sandra Westerman, Clerk

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